How did the Louisiana Purchase affect the Native Americans?
The land was originally owned by the Native Americans, but it was stolen by several people and eventually Thomas Jefferson bought it. The Natives were forcibly removed from their land.
Initially the Louisiana Purchase had no affect on Native Americans. It should be noted that the Purchase covered a huge region. In 1803 the United States was busy with its main territories east of the Mississippi. Later, however, this new US territory would become an area that would attract new American settlers. Ultimately, this led to conflicts between Native Americans who owned the land and the new American settlers. They became violent conflicts which led…
Bacon thought it was unfair that the native americans were treated poorly by his uncle, the governor. He decided to rebel against the colonists and his uncle and help the native americans. The colonists thought the native americans were trying to take over Bacon and had a rivalry against the native americans ever since